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app store. 3 ((break 1)))- ((toss tooemmly)) 3 ((toss to emily)) 3 ((toss to emily)) 3 3 3 ((traffic reporter ad libs)) map--computer---40-- liberty--shawan--map map--computer---40-- map--computer----00- liberty--shawan--map 3 33 3 ((break 2)) ,3 the wrath f hurricane sandy is continuing to pounddthe officials in the outer banks are reporting flooding nd widespread winnddamage. damage.this morning megan chiering is live from pill devil hills, north caroliia... with the latest 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ((break 3)) mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore. early voting locations are closed tod
forward. family, where are you? -- emily, where are you? [applause] we have been partnering with the commission on women here from day one, and it has become a model globally. we convened some panels there. i moderated their panel, emily and the commission's panel. emily moderated the panel we did on merle and indigenous women, which was the theme of the un conference. everyone knows that you cannot do anything with those kinds of partnerships, without governmental and non- governmental women working together. we also did that with secretary clinton in september. she had her aipac conference. one of the meetings i had when i was on the east coast was in the secretary's office with water for foreign policy advisers who said they really need our help and following up the aipac conference with a non- governmental women's. we are pretty sure we will have a world conference on women. and xtech is to hold it here in san francisco. -- the next step is to hold it here in san francisco. [applause] we have these buttons. you need to be wearing these. thank you for coming, thank you to
. i'm emily midin washington. -- emily schmidt in washington, find out the latest debate craze that's taking on a life of its own coming up. >> download our app as we have a chance nor some showers and storms to move in here in the afternoon and evening time frame. right now though we're showing 52 degrees westminster and light fog. to the south and west we are looking at some showers and storms across the area. don't go anywhere, "good morning maryland" will be right back. >>> obviously 19 days until the election and both -- only 19 days until the election and both are on the trail trying to win over voters specifically among women. now a comment made by mitt romney during the debate a few nights ago now getting a lot of attention on both campaign trails and abc2 news emily shut has the details. >> reporter: mitt romney made a comment about binders full of women when he was asked a question about gender pay and equality and when he did president obama and democrats didn't waste a minute to draw more attention to it. mitt romney sparked a bit of controversy while answering a questio
!but jumping spiders paren' spine.what emily gracey does with er eye... coming up in you're watching what." mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore. what if you knew heaven is real... because you'd seen it... "i was comforted. i had peace and joy i'd never had." because you'd been there... "when i fell off that horse, i was dead before i hit the ground." how would it change the way you live your life? "i came to understand then how important it was for me to complete what god had put me on this planet to do." get the real story from those who've seen what happens when we die... on the "
show "emily owens, m.d." >> it's from the point of view of a young woman who has worked very hard to get where shows. she's very capable in terms of her work ethic, but her social life -- >> we've called her socially clumsy. >> tell us the about how your relationship will develop. >> these two went to med school together. as far as will is concerned they're best friends and she's someone he can lean on and trust. >> npr says emily owens m.d. is one of the best shows of the year. >> we shot this pilot months ago so we've been sitting on this waiting for people to see it. i can't wait. i'm excited. >> she looks a little bit like mom. >> she looks just like her. >> emily owens, m.d., premiers tonight on cw 44, cable channel 12. >>> it is no secret we live in wine country. now there's a list to prove it. >> today trip advisor announced the winners of is travelers choice award. the awards recognized the top wine hot spots based on pop you layer teen. in at number one is sonoma county. second best spot, next doirn napa valley. number six on the list, paso robles, 200 miles south of san
couple, emily and jeff, revealing, i know this is shocking, george, they are calling it quits. >> theymid wouldn't. >> i can't even -- i know. we're going to get into it. >>> and then, josh. >> yes? >> you have "the play of the day," i understand. >> i sure do. take a look.ime, what exactly ae cows doinge? what's he doinghg?t there. you're going nowhere. you know it. with no added sugar, just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very fruit-tritious. or, try ocean spray light 50, with just 50 calories, a full serving of fruit and no added sugar. with tasty flavors like cranberry-pomegranate and cranberry- concord grape, it's like a fruit stand in every bottle. just...you know... demonstrating how we blend the fruits. try all our tasty ocean spray 100% and light 50 juices. it's what you put on when you're going out. feel better every day in i jeans by buffalo. at truly low prices. only at jcp. the not so pretty truth about their body washes. i wouldn't change. [ female announcer ] this test paper was designed to react like your skin. if other body washes can strip this paper, imagine how
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:24:03:41 (say what turn arounddand look at me, guyss2:23:55:05 ((ay what facce paint) emily: check it out! i 22224:05:58 ((ay what flame chef) chef: we're allo doingga liquid nitrogen ice cream staaion. tom: that sounds dangerouu.22:24:05:49 (say phat yber ompetition) joel: (say what flame chef) tom: - whoa! there weego! 22:25:27737 ((aa what cyyer competition) joel: do not spilllanythinggon the commuters.22:23::8:55 (say phattrum breath) jonathaa: tom you smell liie um. laughter 22:24425:44 (say wwht jeremiah) jiimy: tell that weather dudee jeriiiahhor whatever his name is...less (say what painting pumpkins) meg: are you ppanttng the pumpkin orange?22::5:29::7(say phat jeremiah) can: it's jonathan, jimmyy ájonathaná not jeremiah. hat'' going on jeremiia) quickkr weather...give me more time. pumpkinn) megg maybe you ((gangnam music video nats)) style) pat: just minntes from - now tom dancess..pattllughs 22:26:33:21 (say whatt ainting pumpkinn) emily: alrrght, k artistic critique...i got t. 22:25::3:31 (say what wx kid) jonathan...did i do ok? ppnch pon't stop bbeieving) tom/can -
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emily gracey is tracking its path.....emilyy the rain and the rain and high wind mean flooding as sandy makes just areas along the coast floooing places in our area.. are bracing for the worse. worse. keiih daniels, liie in bowleys quarterr where storms hhve hit hard...keith. &p ///////////////////keith//////// //////// //////////////////vo//////////// 3 & 3 3 iq: where going o have a llt overr- bowley's quarters isn't he only areathaa could be hard hit by the storm.john rydell has the latesttfrom towson... on how all ffbaatimore county "sandd"... (rydell) "we're t the emergency operations center in from difffrent agenciesswho will be closely ttacking hurricane sandd."frrm glyndon...to middle river....esidents won't sooo it was just over aayear go... - whhnhurricann irene...also struck with vengence. so as "sandy" approachee...county officials...are preparingg..for the worst. (kamenetz) "be repared to be without power foo a lonn period of time."so counny executive kevin kamenetzz..is advising residents to stock up onnnon-perishable food. and on &ptte eastside...there are o
oakland california is going to be along a little bit later as well as stephanie, the head of emily's list great organization promoting pro-choice democratic women for offices everywhere, state and local and federal office. dave zirin our own sports guy will be along to talk about them giants. but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> on this thursday, other headlines making news, we'll start with the giants. world series game one last night. san francisco beat the detroit tigers 8-3. thanks to pablo sandoval hitting three home runs. he becomes the only fourth player in history to ever pound three homers in a world series game along with reggie jackson babe ruth and albert pujols. >> he's in good company. that's decent company. >> bill: they have put him right in the -- they should put him right in the hall of fame. >> detroit pitcher justin verlander gave up five runs in four innings of work. game two in san francisco. baumgartner takes the mound for the giants. >> bill: i saw when the pitching coach
, second from the left. we will get to the other person. >> probably mostly for emily, but i would be happy to hear anyones observations. when i did it with my friends about regulation, they often talk using a mental model that "if this time we elect the right people and i of this time the regulators do it right, we will come up with something good -- if this time the regulators to it right." it seems they are using an aspirational model to frame their thinking. i wondered if you got answers like that in a lot of your questions. do you think that they think literally that people can escape poverty and that statistically, someone is likely to move up in united states, or are they being aspirational when they answer those questions? what is the kind of thinking that you are seeing? >> i am really glad you asked this question because it gives me an opportunity to clarify. when we talk about opportunity, who does not like the word " opportunity" and what politician does not want and advocate for opportunity? how opportunities operation allies is different for different people -- how opportunity
identified scout leaders and volunteers banished from the organization for quote perversion. emily smith has more on the legal action that prompted today's revelation. >> boy circuit courts are known for batches of merritt but for years lawyers argued the boy scouts organization hid boxes of dishonor. more than 20,000 internal records of volunteers accused of inappropriate conduct with boys. now, those files are public. >> child abuse, pride, and secrecy, and secret systems are where it breeds and these secrets are out. >> so-called perversion files covering 1965 to 1985 were releaseed with the approval of the oregon supreme court after a case against the boy scouts where a scout master sexually abused the scout. the boy scouts of america fight the release saying confidentiality encouraged people to report suspicious behavior and protect the victims. the aleblged victims' names are removed but alleged abusers, more than 1,000 of them are named. in a separate case the judge ordered the release of files from after 1985. the attorneys expected scouts to appeal the order. >> if you're continuing
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to the fact that our commission on the status of women and thank you for your great leadership, emily and julie for the presidency this year and the friends, 10 years later we have reduced that by 80 percent in this city. it's a wonderful, wonderful tribute. we've done this with a great unity between the board and the mayor's office and i want to thank and recognize all the supervisors that are here. i saw scott wiener and the short guy in the elevator. supervisor cohen, i saw her a few minutes ago, thank you for being here. if i missed the other supervisors, my apologies, i know many of them are on their way and coming. i have striven to work really hard with our supervisors to make sure that we agree as much as we can on things that are important and certainly the agenda for the commission on the status of women, the fact they can hand out some $3 million dollars in grants every year to community-based organizations to keep that work up, to keep the issues in front of us, to make sure we never accept not even one domestic violence case in this case, is something that we would be
unemployment numbers from the labor department. abc2 news manyly schmidt is in -- emily schmidt is in washington. >> reporter: there are two opposite arguments you can count on hearing when the jobs numbers are released on the first friday of every month. democrats say that the poor economy president obama inherited is improving. republicans say after nearly 4 years in office president obama has not lived up to his promises the and as the election draws near the candidates are laser focus on job creation in their campaign pitches. >> we have a different view about how to create jobs and prosperity. this country doesn't succeed when only the rich get richer. >> i want to keep taxes down on small business so we can create jobs. this is about good jobs for the american people. >> reporter: when asked who would best handle unemployment, voters surveyed in a cnn orc poll taken before the week's debate picked romney by a 51- 45% margin over obama. today's numbers will be especially scrutinized because after this there is just one more jobs report expected before the november election.
every time the boys were abused. emily buchanan has more. >> derek slade was first accused of using excessive violence on children 30 years ago. then he was head master of a boarding school in eastern england. former pupils speak of terror although the sexual abuse on boys as young as 8 only came to light when slade was imprisoned for years. in the meantime he was convicted of savagely beating boys at another place and his career was said to be finished. but that didn't stop him. >> when he couldn't teach anymore in the u.k. he came here far from the prying eyes of the british authorities and there were plenty of vulnerable boys for him to prey on. the earthquake provided an opportunity. charities sprang up in the u.k. to help the thousands of victims. derek slade managed to get employed by one of them to run this school, but the children in this remote area weren't even victims of disaster but just of poor families who desperately wanted a free education. >> the bbc found former pupils who described what their former head master did to him. >> he hit me with a stick and other times
debate bounce but both of the candidates know this is about the battleground states. emily, tell us how the candidates are doing in the tossup states today? >> reporter: this is a new day with new polls. where we show a tightening race, key battleground states. first of all, in michigan, there's a new poll showing president obama's lead dwindling from 10 points last month to three points now. then go over to ohio. a new cnn/orc poll shows a statistical tie. but it's a shrinking lead and one in eight ohio voters polled said they could still change their mind before the election. that's exactly why you see both candidates in ohio today. it's president obama's 15th time in the state and mitt romney is there a little later tonight. he is tailoring his message for the heartland. >> there are big differences between the president and me. he has in plan for rural america, no plans forking a culture, no plan for getting people back to work. i do. >> reporter: normally you would see the running mates crisscrossing across the battleground states. they are temporarily off the campaign trail. >> em
time after the election is over. emily schmidt is in washington with the war of the words. >> reporter: there was a lot of talk before each debate about what the candidates needed to do to win. but few could have predicted what the candidates would actually say and which phrases would catch on in the campaign. the debate one focused on domestic policy. unemployment and economy and deficit. what emerged as one of the top rising search terms according to google? >> i like pbs and i like big board and you. >> it's me big bird. >> big, yellow a menace to the economy.>> reporter: big bird made it into an obama campaign ad and mitt romney cried fouled. >> in the spirit of sesame treat the president's remarks are brought to you by the letter o and 16 trill one. >> reporter: the advise presidential debate joe biden was the top rising search one of the most popular phrases. >> that's a bunch of malarkey. >> reporter: in the second presidential debate mitt rom no coined a servable terms. >> binders full women. >> reporter: president obama topped that in the final debate. >> we have fewer horses
to attrack :144 we ent out to find a young female voter.... 19 year old emily scher attends ohns hopkinss &puniversity.11:19:12 it's nice to see people trying to et "girls". 14:20:04 sse's not ssmeone ho is supposed tt be educaaional 14:20:52 let me and miggt ggt thee toothe appeal to them i don't know if it would get thhm to the polls :05the campaign manager for obama for america... announccd importann... trust lena is dunham... you are readd... he tteeted. and, jjff you may not havve aired in russia earlier this &pyear. the man behind it... russian president... vladimir putinn joy llpoll fox 45 news a nanny in new york city appears to have stabbed o deathhthe 2 young children she was caring ffr... for...police and emergency crees surrounded the apartment complex in manhhttan thurrday night.. woman returned home past night... after the nanny cariig for her kids failed to entered the bathroom of her apartment, theescene was so gruesome, her screams couud be heard half a block away. iq: 22of her hildrennq: on tte bathroom storm stormthe nanny's name is yoselyn ortega... a 3 she r
.but how low will temperatures go tonightt tonight? let's go toometeorollgist emily gracey for a look at what's happening now. now. 3 & wall streee versus sesame street. how president obama is using big bird to attack romney. one sneeze snneze bless you. how this doo became famous overright. an attorney gets decked in court. why his client decided to attack. kw@ sesame street or wall many criticssare asking about president obama's latest campaign which uses big birr to mock mitttromney for proposing cutssto pbs funding.......take a look 33ok 3 today on baltimore's wbal radio station political commentator c4 and his 3ssue.....//take sot// - while we are talling about 20 percent of the budget which is wherr the pbs monny ii in 80 percent of the budget is medicare.....social talk about the big parts that's my whole point. point. this ssatement today ttat says....we have apprrved no ourrgeneral practice have requested thht the ad be taken down.... that brings us to our question of theeday. do you think the "sesame street" political ad is effectiie? &peffect
emily murase and nor ma yee. >> is there a motion? >> so moved. >> reading the resolution, by the author, commissioner murase? >> yes, i will just be relevant passages. in comment daysing. whereas it has been celebrated national by since 1988 september 15th to mark the independence day on september 15th as well as mexico, september 16th and chile september 18th and concludes on october 15th after indigenous people's day and the san francisco unified school district includes over 3500 students in the schools, the grades prek to 12. many of who contribute not only the cultural traditions but the spanish language to enrich the lives of all students and significant number of school district employees from classroom teachers to para professionals to facility and staff and principal and administrators including mr. carranza share this heritage, where in particular, the latin american teacher association has since 1970 established as the mission to promote bi lingual and to advocate for achievement through family conferences honorable celebration and college fares, whereas the annual scholarshi
. i'm have objectives -- this is an old board. i have emily bassil on to talk about the supreme court slate. not a word of that is written. i've got one script for monday and idea for tuesday and everything else is a coin toss from here on out. >> does the outcome of this election change anything significantly? >> well, sure, sure. i'm not ralph nader. i don't think there's no difference. there is a difference. i don't know what the difference is though because i think there are -- there is a possibility that obama would be say more aggressive, a more aggressive reformer or changer in the second act of his presidency. and i don't know how mitt romney would govern. he might govern as a
... like.../// we ... could... get... a direct hi. hht. emily graceyy.. with a lookkat what's happening ow. now. 3 meantime.../, governor martin o'malley... has declared a state of emergency.../ laanching statewidd... storr led... by.... - maryland emergency managemmnt...//. the... declaratiin....also givee the state... ffexibility to activaae the marylann national guard.../ and... provide assistance to looal emergency managees. b.g.e. customers are geeting robo-calls tonight, warring thhm bout the potential off power outages due to this superstorm. kathleen cairns has more now on how the powee company is beefing up t's innentory, so it has the supplies and the manpower tt handle 'hurricane saany'' p3 (nats truck rolls in) additional supplies are rolling into b.g.e.'s warehoose in windsor mill... wire nats-hundreds of yards of cable... reaay to be used for repairs. (cairns -10pm whattmmggt save the day over the next couple of days and they are ssacked up and ready to go withheven more supplies coming in""were pretty much ready for this but we have bringing in a
an adults halloween party. party.emily racey is streaming now for this mornings hometown hhtssot.- tell uu about the 3&pevent tonight.event tonight. tell us about the event tonnght. event tonight.- what can we expect?- whattis going on you? all hallows live! takes place at maryland ive! asino. tonight from 4:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m .foo more information log on to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. the video keeps pouring into sandy... and thheimmaat shees - had on cities along the east co. coast.up next... where this beiig áálectrifiedá by a downnd power line. you''e watching fox 45 morning nnws.. all local.. teacher: this is west virginia, pennsylvania, delaware. and this is maryland. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million gaming at casinos in these other states. question seven will build a new casino and bring table games to baltimore... generating hundreds of millions for schools. and that money has to go to education. it's the law. so vote for question seven. so we can stop spending all that money here, and keep maryland money in classrooms like mine. adding u
for obama. joining us now are emily curtis and aimee hickman coeditors of the feminist magazine exponent two. thank you for joining us tonight. >> thanks for having us. >> john: thanks for being had. aimee, as a mormon feminist, what is it that compels you to vote against governor romney who could be the first member of your faith to reach the white house? >> well, as a feminist, i share the sentiments of most american feminists who don't see romney as a person who supports policies that are in our best interest. he doesn't support -- we can't trust his opinion on abortion. and we can't trust what he said about things like equal pay for equal work. binders full of women comments i think really resonated with a lot of mormon feminists who heard in his statement something that comes from within our own culture. a kind of paternalistic partriarchal tone that is uncomfortable. it is something that we're actively fighting against. so in those moments when he reveals that part of himself i think people are right to
at potrero. >> thank you sahara showered. >> emily rogers from the planning department staff. you are all familiar to how the code are referred for input and you may not beware that other municipal code changes may be referred from the clerks to the department. in this case, the commission heard about this ordinance and they proactively wanted to weigh in. they knew that they had some hope sf entitlements coming before them and wanted to ensure that the city does this right. so i'm looking at the ordinance last week, the commission voted 7-0 to recommend endorsement of the policy for the right to return ordinance. and that is my report. thank you. >> yes, supervisor cohen? so let me just thank everyone for testifying. thank you to supervisors olague and cohen. he did know some of the familis families from the hope 6 project and i know that did displace a number of folks and i know that hope sf has learned from the past and i would like to be added as a co-sponsor. i know we have an amendment today. we're going to continue the item because of the substantive amendment. supervisor olague
group for the movement. [applause] >> are for a speech or speaker today will be emily mcclintock ekins for the foundation where she leads a group a and public research project. endless research focuses primarily on american politics from including public opinion from the survey methodology and political economy. individuals at their own economic future shape their political behavior and attitudes towards government. the fox news, fox business, cnbc and research has appeared in a number of leading national publications and i'm also proud to say she's a part-time college at the cato institute. emily. [applause] >> thank you, john for that gracious introduction. so today i would like to make two points. we've made lots of different points today and there's two issues that i've found have been overlooked by academics, journalists and political opponents alike and i think this is a great time to set the record straight. as part of my dissertation research, i got in my car, drove around the country and interviewed local level tea party leaders and local diners and restaurants we sat down. i
and 'lean on me.'let's just say the students were happy to seee him. emily freeman::33320 "our school has just been buzzing since tteeepisode came on. we the episode to come on, and we &pwere like ''e's here!' now,,e's actually here!! here!"katie bogdan: 366588"i &pthink we're his bbggest fans. sorry, america." america."david correy: 2.27 "it's been a lot of years. aa lot of failure. and,,i teel you can bounce back and lng as - bouncing back, that will leaa to success." ccrreyyeeen gave all the kids his phone number today.áyou can see him the showw'x- factor' right here on fox45 at 8 o'clock tonight and again tomorrow .paul gessler, fox45 news at 5:30. &pp as you know jeopardy and wheel oo forttne. anddthe wheelmobile is coming to baltimore. try out for "wheel of ffrtunne this saturday and sunday aa hunt valley.. jeopardy weekniihts on fox45 wweel of fortune airs right afttr thaa at 7-thiity. 3 a tory you'll have to hear po believe.how a man's prison sentencc... involved a sandwich... coming up. 3 --adblib weather tz-- a chinese ood restaurant ..is accussd o
department especially."emily freeman: 33.20 "i'm so hhppy, because our school has just been buzzing since the eeisode caaee on. we all knew. we were waiting for the episode to cooe on, and we were like here!"(nats: auditioo)correy is a contestant on 'x-factor', here on fox45.his audition was a big hit witt the judggss judge: "yes!!davii correy: 12.44 "tt get one yes is cool. one. brittany speaas, judge: "yes!"david (cont.): then, to ggt two, i'm like, 'oh, wow. that's half!''zachary mckinney: "ms. hooks, especially has been spreading the word, 'david correy's going to be on x--actor, so look for hhm' so, we'veeall beennlooking for him and for him to be here and everything."kathy mahar: 20.50 "what a trip. what a trip!" spalding girll swoon for the brazillan- bornnsiiger.('lean on me' with chorus)correy now leans on fans here to get him through the show to become fox's x-factor.david correy: 5.09 "inssiring all these kids that wenn and go here that they are tars. they may noo know it right now, but they caa be."the hollywood lights shine brightly in severn.david correy: 4.02 this isn't t
- funded by medicare, and by law, they're capped at 26,000. emily gutowski is a rutgers soppomore -- pre-med -- she could be part of the first class of u-s mmd school -&nnmb hhpe by that time, something will happennto make it better put yeah, efinitelyyit's a big concernnthe number of &presidency positions was froze by the balancee budget act of 1997, when we were projecting a uuplus of doctors. today many say there will be a growing. by 2018-2219, sometime by thh enn o the deeade, we're going to have several hundred more students graduating from us medical schools than e'll have first for them.all the while, iicurriig the huge cost of you're looking at numbers like $150,000, $200,000,,my cousin had $400,000, we ccn't even cousin had $440,000 of ebt from med school?chris k: p400,000 from med school.the last thing ou'd want to do in trying to figure out how to fund more residentssis to use residencyyfunding as a way to cut the medicareebudget.sooe hospitals, like newwyork presbyterian,,are over their pocket. but, they ssy, they can't affood toopay for the training of hundreds of d
?????meteorolooist emily gracey,,,, 3 barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven... so let me tell you what i know: if question seven passes, my company's going to... bring table games, like blackjack and poker... right here to baltimore. a twenty-five million dollar investment... that'll create five hundred new jobs. all right here. today, marylanders are spending $500 million gaming... in other states. let's keep it here. i'm chad barnhill, and we're ready to build right here. we're ready, and it's real. and all that has to happen... is question seven. o'ss2 outs away from the 2-1 win...raul ibanez pinch hitting for alex rodriguez... gets all f it to right...solo shot off jim johnson ties the game...they head to exttas.... bottom of the 12th...ibanez up again...brian matusz grooves it...ibanez doesn't miss... frenzy...orioles lose game 33 in 12 innings...3-2...they face eliiination toniggt... desperate times tonight or the oriiles...heading into toniiht's game four of the american leaguedivisiin series,,it's do or die..winn and you keep playing..loseeand you go home..it's jjut that simple
minutess-it has 21 days to is just three weeks away. i'm emily schmidt, reporting. this morning... the candidates &phit the campaign trail again. &ppresident obama is ssheduledd to visit the attleground stateesof iowa and ohio.mitt romney will be in virginia. weell have fact-cheekssfor this debate posted on our &pwebsite very soon. to take a look... go to fox- baltimorr ot com... and click topics" ection at the top of &pthe ssreen." republican vice pressdential candidate pauu ryan is stirrrig up controoersy following a photo op at an kitchen.ryan was viieotaped overrthe weekend... washing dishes aa tte saint vincent de youugstown.the problem is... theecampaiin got permission for their viiii from a volunteer... and not the presidenttof the soup kitchen. &phe'ssnoo emphasizing that the saint vvncentt e paul societyy "we dddn't mean to start a media storm over thii, we just we're not supporting aanone, &pwe're just here to serve the " needy..according to the preeident... any of the society'ssdonors started calling after seeing thhe lonner plan oo supporting the mission.the soup
is finally back york for tonight's game??? - 3 meteorologist emily gracey.. -3 3 p toyota with a massive rrcall. the life-threatening reason the it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families with more luggage. thanks. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approve this message. a tomato a day... keeps the doctor away.that's the finding from a new study... published in the "journal neurology."it finds that eeting tomatoos a reduce yourrrisk of stroke by up to á55-percent.áttat's powerful antioxidant called "lycopene" that's good for that cooked tomatoes offer more protection thannraw. aanew study finds some alarming facts about peoppe who use twitter or facebook. facebooo. ii shows people's nned to check social light
there in the past 30 days. ohio matters. >> all right. emily, great to see you. this may not be the most reliable indicator of who wins the election but based on halloween mask sales, there's a clear front-runner. spirit halloween said the mask of halloween has been outselling mitt romney's by a margin of 60% to 40%. the retail are as correctly predicted the outcome based on mask sales. >>> before we got to the debate it was a neat of guilty pleasures and free styling on "dancing with the stars." george pennachio gives us a row cap. >> peta brings so much happiness. it as going to keep going up and up and up. it has complete and simple. >> reporter: half a opinion the behind, emmitt smith and cheryl burke sambaed to success. >> i know some dances are difficult for me but i'm going in with the proper attitude. ill a have to put in longer hours and do what i have to do. kirstie alley and maksim chmerkovskiy had their best dance of the season. after the he is they were, sited to talk about the gangnam style number you'll see. >> there's something about it. >> reporter: with 24 1/2 points, kelly mona
the speaker cards that i have. but after that if folks just want to line up, you may do so. so, i have emilie rapoport, vanessa jackson, catherine lundgren, espinola jackson, and francisco de costa. >>> for the record, my name is emilie rapoport and i'm a resident who lives and works on treasure island. i'm also the president of good neighbors association. i want to thank you for the members of the board, supervisors, for holding this hearing. i just wanted to comment that the process has been extremely frustrating for us. i have to again tell a story that a few years ago, good neighbors wanted to get a dog park for our residents and we picked out sites in the residential area because that's where we wanted to be. and each time we picked a site, the navy turned it down. finally, about six or eight months ago we found two sites and we asked the navy again and they refused. but this time they actually gave us an answer and they said that they really didn't want a dog park because it was too detrimental to the ground. it tore up the ground. and, you know, they didn't want it. and, so, shortly af
's trivia. on this day in 1873, american etiquette columnist and author emily post was born. how did she define etiquette in her book in 1960? a. ceremonial procedures b. consideration for others c. as a synonym for "correct" the answer still to come this midday! i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! >>time for sports. jake peavy's run with the sox has been nothing short of eventful. from a back muscle tearing off the bone to a solid, if not statistically great 2012, he's been a pro. the question now is if last night was the end of his run. he's a free agent now. jeff manto says of course we should bring him back! sox went up in the top of the 9th in cleveland. peavy still on in the bottom of the inning and gives up the game-tying 2-run homerun to travis hafner. they go extras, 2 outs, 2 on in the 12th. cle
protected more than 1000 suspected child molesters. emily schmidt has more on the documents and what happens next. >> for years, lawyers argue the organization had of dishonor. more than 20,000 internal of scoutmasters and volunteers accused of with boys.te conduct now those files are public. that not child abuse survives in secrecy. ->> child abuse survives in secrecy, and now these files are out. >> they were released with the approval of the oregon supreme after a case against the scouts or a scoutmaster abused a scout. the boy scouts said confidentiality protected victims. the alleged victim's names are removed, but alleged abusers, than 1000 of them, are named. in a separate case, a texas released files from after 1985. the scouts are expected to appeal. >> if you are continuing to fight the release of files, you have something to hide. >> the boy scouts of america said, where they inflicted harm children, we extend our t apologies to victims and families. the scouts say it is difficult understand individual actions ago and calldes scouting today a leader in preventing child abuse. with
. emily i want to argue and we argue in our paper, that the tea party has strong libertarian roots. first that the tea party is half libertarian. second that this libertarian energy of the tea party actually help start the formation of the tea party coming out of the ron paul campaign. third that the tea party is actually changing the republican party in a more libertarian direction. first, half the tea party is libertarian but it's important to know how we define libertarian. many of you in this room, you probably read the magazine, you're the hard core. if you were offered the option for a poster to say whether you're libertarian or not, you might say yes, i'm libertarian. that means you're among 2 or 4 percent of the public. there's a broader group of people who hold libertarian belief who never heard of the word libertarian. it's actually that broader group that openly and -- emily are talking about. these people can be called fiscally conservative or socially liberal. that's what we're talking about in this paper and who we looked at in other research at cato on libertarian vote. so,
the romney video. ". later we will talk to emily ethridge. she has the story about tackling medicare. first, let's check back in julie sobel of national journal and update on the senate race in arizona. >> this is a race most people have not been paying attention to until recently. it was assumed a republican will hold the seat. congressman jeff flake is a republican in the race. recently polls showing a tied race. people are tuning in realizing that arizona could be a close senate race. carmona is a great recruit for democrat. he served under george w. bush. it's pretty hard for republicans to paint him with the partisan brush that they want to. basically, the argument is that he was recruited by obama and that he'll vote with the democrats which in arizona, it's a state where the fundamentals are republicans and that's kind of going to be the argument against carmona probably throughout this race. host: what should viewers be watching for tonight? >> you definitely going to see that obama called carmona personally to recruit him to run and that he is obama's man in arizona from flake. y
, sacrificing the values and caving to government demands. she thinks so but emily miller of "the washington times" says it's just business. >> it's just business? tell me why. >> well, look. i think there has to be some kind of line. if a company has to stand for something, at what point is the discrimination too much? there have to be lines. second of all, it's harder and harder to keep separated now what you're doing in one country as opposed to another. so at this point i kika is not only impandering to saudi arabia, it's not only violated its core value but it's made itself the butt of internet jokes and other countries are affected. >> let's bring in emily miller, she's the senior editor at "the washington times." emily? >> i think ikea was wrong to apologize. they made a business decision. their local affiliate said it's offensive here to have a woman in your catalog in pajamas. they took her out. it's a smart business decision. they haven't pulled out their catal catalogs. i don't know why ikea has apologized except they've gotten whaled by these politicians. >> what's wrong with a c
may heaa themm barking...dogfest is kicking off this weekend rain or shine. emily gracee is streaming oww hotspot. - tell us about dogfest.- what can dogs do at pet?est?- can yoo adopt aapet? dogfest is saturday october dogfest is saturday october 6th at the baltimore humane soccety from 10:00 a.m. o 5:00 p.m. for more information log n to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. 3 the firss presidential debaae of the 2012 election is now in the books.president obama aad mitt romneyytraded jabs over severrl domestic sticking ppints... incllding the economy. economy..eidi hatch joiis us live from denver with reaction from both sides.-- what are polls saying this morning about saying this -- whattare polls saying this morning about who won?-- what &pcan we expecttat the next buncc of butted sots bbtted sots 3coming up... pay to be popular on facebbok. how much it'll cost you to keep your posts at the top of everyone's newsfeed. ((joel live tease))you're watching fox 45 morning news.. all hey, what are you drinkin'? pumpkin coffee for the morning. and i've got my pumpkin k-cup packs for
. as emily schmidt explains... mitt romney and president obama et ffr theii second of three debaaes last niiht... wwere &puncommitted voters in a town questions.t assed the questions. for the second ttme, presiddnt ooama and mitt romney faced each other ... for tte first time, ttey faced debate questions from vottrr.what is tte biggest difference beeteen you andd geooge w. bush?mr. president, i vvted for you in 2008, what to earn my vote in 2012?the d toww hall format meant no pooiums -- candidaaes out ii the open, and morr willing to take aim at each other thaa they were innthe first debate. o:here's what weedid. there were a whole bunch of oil companies.r:i had aaqqestion and the question was, how much pid you cut them by? how much did you cut them by?o:i am happy to answer the question. happenedpolls showed mitt ridinn a bump in upport after - preeident obama's ccmpaign staffers had promised a more both candidates let littlee o grew pprticularly eated about libya--and ho s respoosible afttr the u.s. ambaasador to ss libya was killed in an attack last month. r:ii tooo them &pter
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